Romeo and Juliet

    Watch this specific play
    Please follow below instructions.
    1 paragraph on the plot of the play, and 1 paragraph on the acting, set, props, lighting, sound costume and special effects. Ensure to include the name of the play the author and the play house.

    A maximum of 10 points can be earned for each performance report submitted on time (i.e., one performance or museum report is due each Sunday of the term at midnight).  Reports may be submitted early, and multiple reports may be submitted in any week.  Late reports will be accepted, but one point per day will be deducted for late reports.  Hence, the maximum a report one week late can receive is 3 points; a report ten or more
    days late will receive no points at all.

    Up to 10 points will be awarded for reports submitted on time using the following criteria:
    Correct name of the play, its author, and the playhouse, correctly spelled — 1 point
    General description of plot, acting, set, props, lighting, sound, special effects, direction, costume, and other element that made the performance succeed or fail. 1-6 points
    General description does NOT mean a lengthy plot summary or a complete list of numbers at a concert.  It also does NOT mean what you thought or felt about the performance or how you interpreted it. General description means describing in words what you actually saw, heard, and observed.

    For example, lighting is one of the most important elements in every performance, because lighting sets the mood, establishes the time of day, announces changes of scene, and much more.  Each scene will have its own lighting design in the same way that each scene will have its own set design.  Lighting design is created with multiple overhead lights in different colors.  Hence, it is always important to be aware of the way the lighting of the stage is changed during the performance.  Take notes on these changes and their effects and describe them in your report.  Lighting does NOT mean whether and when a spotlight is used or whether the lights are turned on before intermission or off after intermission.  In the same way, take notes about acting, set, props, sound, special effects, direction, and costumes and describe them individually in your report.  It is never sufficient simply to say that you liked the costumes or any other of these elements or simply that they fit the time period or that they were appropriate for the play.
    You must describe each of the elements in as much detail as possible.  Sound does not mean whether microphones were used or whether you could hear what was said, but rather what sounds, music, songs, and/or singing was employed in the
    performance.  The plot itself only needs to be briefly sketched.

    Correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, sentence structure, and paragraph formation.  Standard academic English must be used, including the use of complete sentences and without the use of abbreviations, contractions, or slang. —
    1 to 3 points

    Up to 3 points of extra credit can be given for especially remarkable reports.

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